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Question Minimum conduit width for HDMI


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Hello all.

I'm currently discussing the requirements for putting HDMI and power socket in the lounge of a new house build. Since the wall that the screen would be mounted on is a communal wall to the neighbours house, the architect has stated the conduit should be as small as possible.

Question is the minimum I can get away with? The conduit must run up the communal wall 2.5m and then along the ceiling 4m. Originally I specified 50mm, but I reckon 30mm should be doable. I've also looked into HDMI cables with detachable connectors, but these seem few and far between.

Advice appreciated, cheers.

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